bullying will be given zero tolerance. >> our stance is very clear. we do not expect student hazing or bullying. in any way, shape or form both in school, before school or after school. >> reporter: school leaders say they're doing everything that they can to stop these egging incidents. but they say most of the attacks happened after school hours or off campus. now, we contacted safeway. the chain says it is sympathetic to what's going on, but it simply cannot stop selling eggs to teens because that would be discrimination. cvs stores plan to enforce a three-carten limit. meanwhile, the other students involved in friday's attack have been suspended. reporting live tonight in albany, i'm vicky nguyen, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, vicky. well, not on the backs of our students. a packed city council chamber in richmond tonight. parents, students and teachers fighting to keep three schools open including kennedy high which is the anchor of that struggling city.